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ATLANTIC CITY — Theory of a Deadman’s Tyler Connolly and Dean Back were just two Vancouver teens jamming out in Tyler’s garage until their band’s demo tape fell into the lap of Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger.
It’s now been nine years since Theory of a Deadman’s self-titled studio album with Kroeger’s record label, 604 Records, debuted. Since then, the post-grunge band has pleased their hardcore fan base by continually releasing chart-topping modern-rock hits. Continue reading
As written for Atlantic City Weekly
Before launching a successful solo career, marrying No Doubt rocker Gwen Stefani, and having his face planted on every conceivable tabloid magazine, Gavin Rossdale was the frontman of a band called Bush.
Rossdale and Nigel Pulsford (who would become Bush’s lead guitarist) first met at a London nightclub in 1992. The post-grunge band then formed and enjoyed commercial success throughout the 1990s, selling more than 10 million records in the United States alone. Bush’s 1994 debut album, Sixteen Stone is certified six times platinum.